Dating old kerr canning jars
When I picked the supplies to stuff the jars, I tried to stick with a color scheme for each jar to make it look cuter.To make the gift jars in this post, I used the large quart sized (32 in a jar Peanuts White Chocolate Hot Drink Mix Suisse Mocha Latte Mix White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Energy Bar Milk Chocolate Truffles in a jar Cozy Socks Sunshine Daisy Lotion Sunshine Daisy Fragrance Spray Moisture Rich Hand Creme Soothing Massage Bar Soap Eye Treatment Cream Facial Scrub Lip Balm in a jar Facial Cleaning Towelettes Wrinkle Release Spray Disposable Mini Toothbrushes Tide To Go Mini Pen Peppermint Gum Peppermint Altoids Mini Brush and Mirror Combo The first step for assembly is to stuff the goodies into the jars. A long pencil can help with shuffling items around and getting them to fit.Using more of the glue spots, I attached the oval label.My kids like the in a jar the most and keep claiming it as the one they are going to give to their teacher!I designed some labels to print off and put the wording on the ovals and the second is blank so you can add whatever you want.I think I made the images large enough that you should just be able to print them from clicking on the image.
Step 1: Sanitation Ensure that all of the equipment, containers and utensils to be used in the yogurt-making process are carefully cleaned.
This ensures that no other bacteria compete with the yogurt starter during the incubation.
If you’re making the yogurt directly in Instant Pot’s stainless steel container, sanitize the cooker by running Instant Pot on the pressure steam program for one minute with one cup of water.
My printer just ran out of ink so I can’t test it but if it doesn’t work just let me know and I can add a Google Doc or email you the file.
***update December 2011*** I am amazed at all of the support that has been shown this post! I’ve heard from several people that they have had issues printing the labels so I am going to explain 2 ways to do it and again, if this doesn’t work for you please contact me and I will email you the file: 1) Right click on the image above of the label you want and choose “Open Link In A New Window”. From that browser window, you can right click and choose “Save Image As” to save the labels to your computer. 2) I have created a Google Doc for each of the label files so you can download and print them from there: In A Jar labels In A Jar ~ No Words Labels Okay, second issue…some people have had questions about how to add their own wording to the blank labels.